18 May, 15:44
It's down to the wire now for the five contenders who have been shortlisted for the ultimate individual accolade in northern hemisphere rugby, ERC European Player of the Year 2013.
Toby Flood helped himself to a 22-point haul on his return to the Tigers team and he inspired the former Heineken Cup Champions to victory.
Tom Croft scored a brace while Anthony Allen touched down while Bath could only manage two Butch James penalties.
Leicester face a daunting trip to a packed Aviva Stadium for their quarter-final tie against Leinster but confidence is high ahead of the trip over the Irish sea.
La Rochelle 16 v 34 Perpignan
Perpignan moved up into sixth with this bonus point victory over Amlin Challenge Cup quarter-finalists La Rochelle.
Four tries in the opening 35 minutes sealed the victory for the 2009 Top 14 Champions for who Rudi Coetzee, Julien Candelon, Guilhem Guirado and Adiren Plante all touched down, while La Rochelle number eight Thomas Soucaze scored a late consolation.
Guirado, Nicolas Mas, and Henry Tuilagi all returned for Perpignan in the victory as they look to build the momentum ahead of their quarter-final against Toulon at the Olympic Stadium in Barcelona.
Castres 18 v 12 Toulon
Castres continued their run of fine form defeating Toulon at the Stade Pierre Antoine on Friday night.
Romain Teulet kicked 18 points for the hosts while Jonny Wilkinson on his return from International duty kicked four penalties for Toulon who slipped to eighth following the defeat.
Newport Gwent Dragons 16 v 26 Leinster
Strong performances from Jonathan Sexton and Leo Cullen on their return to the team helped Leinster to victory at Rodney Parade for the first time since 2007.
Jamie Heaslip, Nathan Hines and Eoin Reddan all came off the bench for the visitors who impressed with their forward fire power.
Northampton Saints 39 v 3 London Wasps
The return of five England players helped Northampton beat London Wasps 39 v 3 at Franklin's Gardens.
England duo Ben Foden and Chris Ashton both touched down in the comfortable victory, whilst their were also tries for Brian Mujati, Stuart Commins and a penalty try.
Glasgow Warriors 16 v 19 Ulster
Springbok Ruan Pienaar was once again the star of the show, scoring all Ulster's points including the winning points with the last kick of the game at Firhill.
The visitors welcomed back international trio Tom Court, Paddy Wallace and Simon Danielli to their side and the victory moved Ulster into second in the Magners League.
Biarritz Olympique 40 v 10 Bayonne
Biarritz Olympique won the Basque derby at the Estadio Anoeta in San Sebastian, the venue for their Heineken Cup quarter-final tie with Touluse in just under a fortnight's time.
Fit-again scrum-half Dimitri Yachvili impressed on his return, scoring 17 points as Biarritz moved up to fourth spot with the bonus-point win.
Marcelo Bosch scored an early try before Julien Peyrelongue, Imanol Harinordoquy and Takudzwa Ngwenya all touched down.
Racing Metro 43 v 21 Toulouse
Top 14 leaders Toulouse were beaten 43 v 21 by Racing Metro at the weekend. Frédéric Michalak kicked seven penalties for the visitors but Racing Metro fly-half Jonathan Wisniewski was the star of the show with 28 points.,
Toulouse have been boosted with the contract extensions of South African duo Shaun Sowerby and Dan Human though, who have both signed new one-year deals.
The Heineken Cup Champions are still without former All-Black scrum-half Byron Kelleher who has been missing from the side since mid-December with injury.
And they are experiencing more injury problems at half-back with David Skrela, Nicolas Vergallo and Fred Michalak also on the injury list.